The Domino Effect – Higher Electricity Prices – It’s Totally Gas-a-nomical!

Will the system come tumbling down?

Electricity can be produced many ways. The best way is hydro generators at dams like Lake Mead at Hoover Dam and Niagara Falls. With all the drought and water demand, the water levels for the southwestern states’ water storage and electric production facilities are in jeopardy. See the 2014 & 2022 articles below:

Hoover Dam, the drought, and a looming energy crisis

The West’s historic drought is threatening hydropower at Hoover Dam

Then there is coal. Although the USA has the cleanest burning coal techonology in the world…. {environmentalists don’t care}

According to a report on CBS News, the cleanest coal plant in North America is operated in Florida by Tampa Electric. They call it clean coal, but they do not exactly burn coal. The process they use involves mixing coal with water and oxygen and converting it into a gas.

Clean Coal Technology

Some people hate coal.

China is the world’s largest producer and consumer of coal, burning about as much every year as the rest of the world combined.

Last year, Chinese provinces granted construction approval to 47 gigawatts of coal power projects, more than three times the capacity permitted in 2019.

Theirs not as clean as USA!?!?

Natural Gas is Cleaner


Now that Nord Stream 1 & 2 are both out of commission, thanks to whoever, Europe is in a real tight with winter approaching. Biden has ramped up production of LNG (Liquified Natural Gas) for export to Europe.


Joe Biden Has Multiple Ties to Liquefied Natural Gas Pioneer Cheniere Energy

From 9/5/2019 CNN article:

At Wednesday’s CNN Climate Town Hall, former Vice President Joe Biden got an awkward question from an audience member. Why was Biden, the Democratic presidential contender who pledged to refuse campaign contributions from oil and gas executives, attending a fundraiser hosted by the co-founder of a liquefied natural gas company?

Biden claimed that Andrew Goldman, the co-founder of Western LNG and a former Biden adviser who is co-hosting a fundraiser for Biden today, is not a fossil fuel executive. Later in the town hall, Biden told CNN host Anderson Cooper that he didn’t realize that Goldman is involved in the natural gas industry.

Regardless of what Biden knew, his ties to Goldman bring into focus his significant connections to the much larger liquefied natural gas firm Cheniere Energy. Goldman’s fellow Western LNG co-founder, CEO Davis Thames, was previously senior vice president and chief financial officer of Cheniere Energy, a company that paid Biden’s current climate adviser more than a million dollars to serve on its board until 2018. And a former Biden adviser lobbied for the company.


Well now, don’t that just put the fox in the chicken house!


Your Next Pain Will Be Soaring Electricity Costs As Energy Crisis Spreads

From the article:

One central theme that comes to mind is the impact of higher natural gas prices and, by extension, power prices. 

Americans will soon see higher gasoline prices at the pump because of OPEC+ production cuts slated for next month. 

Many folks will also see their electricity bills rise this winter because NatGas generators power a large percentage of the country’s grid. This is a double whammy for hundreds of millions of Americans ahead of the midterm elections in about a month — as Democrats scramble to find solutions to tame the energy crisis.

From the blowing up of the Nord Stream pipeline system in the Baltic Sea (in NATO’s backyard) to reduced Russian NatGas flows to Europe to soaring US liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to Europe, NatGas markets will be very tight everywhere this winter.

“With US gas storage finishing this summer well below average levels, and lower than what we expected previously owing to strong power burns, we believe there is a mispricing of this upside risk to gas prices in the near-term,” Goldman Sachs commodity analyst Samantha Dart wrote in a note to clients last month.

Dart revised her Winter 2022-2023 forecast up to $7.75/mmBtu from the previous $6.93/mmBtu on renewed tightening fears, and her view of US LNG exports will be higher. The Freeport LNG outage is expected to be resolved next month, increasing LNG exports to the EU.

Prices of NatGas are trading about 94% higher than at the start of the year and 370% higher than the 2020 lows.

This means that power generation units at utilities will be even more expensive to operate and pass along costs to end users….


What is LNG?

Liquefied Natural Gas is Natural gas liquefied through a process of cooling it down to -162 degrees Celsius (-259.6 F) reducing its volume by 600 times. This makes it easier for transport.

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG): What It Is and Why We Use It

From the (LNG 101) article:

The preferred way of transporting LNG is through insulated pipelines. The pipeline infrastructure moves the LNG from liquefaction facilities to storage facilities, tankers, regasification plants, and possibly export facilities, depending on whether it is to be used locally or abroad.  

Because LNG exports predominantly occur at an intercontinental level, specially designed LNG carriers (ships) are used to transport the substance between export and import terminals. The most frequently used vessel is an LNG tanker, which can carry four or five LNG storage tanks at a time. These tanks are temperature-controlled and capable of withstanding extremely high pressure. 

Once an LNG tanker arrives at an import terminal, the LNG is transferred to large storage tanks. After that, it is compressed, vaporized, and fed into the local gas transmission grid. Alternatively, the LNG can be loaded on trailers and ISO tank containers for distribution to areas that don’t have access to the grid.  

While only a tiny portion of LNG is transported on the road, the demand for this form…. 

LNG Tanker

Multiply that by 600 times after regasification.



Nord Stream 2 Pipeline, Russia and Germany

From the 4/1/22 article:

The Nord Stream 2 1,200km-long offshore natural gas pipeline was completed in September 2021 by Gazprom and was expected to enter service in 2022.

Nord Stream 2 is a 1,200km-long offshore natural gas pipeline constructed to connect Europe to the world’s largest reserves in Northern Russia. It is an expansion of the existing Nord Stream pipeline and is expected to supply energy to approximately 26 million households a year, with a capacity of 55 billion cubic metres (Bcm). The energy delivered by the proposed infrastructure project will be equivalent to the amount of energy transported using between 600 and 700 liquified natural gas (LNG) tankers.

Russia’s state-owned Gazprom completed the construction of the €9.5bn ($11bn) pipeline in September 2021 and will own and operate it through its subsidiary Nord Stream 2.

Gazprom invested more than half of the pipeline cost while the remaining was invested jointly by Engie, OMV, Royal Dutch Shell, Uniper, and Wintershall.

The pipeline was expected to enter service in 2022 with an aim to deliver gas to European consumers for at least 50 years. Germany, however, announced the halt of the pipeline certification due to Russia’s military operation in Ukraine in February 2022.



How many LNG tankers are there in the world? – Profound-Answers

From the article:

How many LNG tankers are there in the world?

The global liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker fleet encompassed a total of 642 vessels at the end of 2020. Between 2010 and 2020, figures steadily increased. With LNG trade volumes reaching 431 billion cubic meters in 2018, greater number of tankers are paramount to satisfying growing consumer demand.

Who builds LNG?

As informed, the 174,000 cbm LNG carriers will be built by Hyundai Heavy Industries and Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries . The vessels are slated for delivery from 2023.

How much is a ship of LNG worth?

A cargo ship of LNG costs $281m. It was just $10m in 2020….

That’s a 2810% increase!!!!


China’s shipbuilding progress threatens South Korea’s long-held tech dominance in the industry


Biden is pushing EV’s on South Korea!


Germany looking at repurposing unused Nord Stream 2 pipeline for LNG use, report says

From the June 24, 2022 article:

The German government is considering converting parts of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline into a connection for a liquefied natural gas terminal on the Baltic Sea coast.

Magazine Der Spiegel reported on Friday that the German economy ministry is considering expropriating the part of the pipeline system located on German territory and cutting it off from the rest of the pipeline. The report did not cite any sources.

The German government is considering converting parts of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline into a connection for a liquefied natural gas terminal on the Baltic Sea coast.

Magazine Der Spiegel reported on Friday that the German economy ministry is considering expropriating the part of the pipeline system located on German territory and cutting it off from the rest of the pipeline. The report did not cite any sources.

Flows of natural gas from Russia have been declining for weeks, and Germany, mindful of the risk of economically damaging energy shortages, is looking for emergency landing locations for liquefied natural gas bought on the world spot market.

Germany has chartered four specialised carriers, so-called FSRUs, to regasify LNG at sea and feed it into onshore pipeline systems….



Russia Is Now Producing LNG Near The Shuttered Nord Stream Pipeline

From the Sept. 6, 2022 article:

Gazprom has launched liquefied natural gas (LNG) production at a facility close to the starting point of the now-shut Nord Stream gas pipeline to Germany, the Russian company’s deputy CEO Vitaly Markelov said on Tuesday.

The Portovaya plant close to Nord Stream’s compressor station of the same name, where Russia typically starts gas supply via the pipeline, has already produced 30,000 tons of LNG and has two operational lines, Russian news agency Interfax quoted Markelov as telling the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok.

“A tanker will arrive now to ensure LNG supply to customers. Considering the global markets, our LNG will be in demand,” Markelov said….



Notice the dates on the above two articles.

The Nord Stream sabotage was 10/27/22!

Who’s responsible?

Another group of GASHOLES?!?!



Oh yea, fertilizer nitrogen is made from natural gas also!

{See “Black Horse Archives” in main menu.}

And when many are cold and hungry, and filled with fear, it will be known as:

The Domino Effect!


Isaiah 24:16-23 KJV

From the uttermost part of the earth have we heard songs, even glory to the righteous. But I said, My leanness, my leanness, woe unto me! the treacherous dealers have dealt treacherously; yea, the treacherous dealers have dealt very treacherously. Fear, and the pit, and the snare, are upon thee, O inhabitant(s) of the earth. And it shall come to pass, that he who fleeth from the noise of the fear shall fall into the pit; and he that cometh up out of the midst of the pit shall be taken in the snare: for the windows from on high are open, and the foundations of the earth do shake. 

The earth (world) is utterly broken down, the earth is clean dissolved, the earth is moved exceedingly. The earth shall reel to and fro like a drunkard, and shall be removed like a cottage; and the transgression thereof shall be heavy upon it; and it shall fall, and not rise again. And it shall come to pass in that day, that the LORD shall punish the host of the high ones that are on high, and the kings of the earth upon the earth. And they shall be gathered together, as prisoners are gathered in the pit, and shall be shut up in the prison, and after many days shall they be visited. Then the moon shall be confounded, and the sun ashamed, when the LORD of hosts shall reign in mount Zion, and in Jerusalem, and before his ancients gloriously.

Come out of Babylon for her judgement is near.


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